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people here are very. happy here which is a personal thing. that constantly. with. this regime's. c.n.n. is apparently caught on camera saying most of the. coverage is. what appeals to viewers. also ahead this hour several russian companies including the country's oil. companies say production has not been affected. by the latest u.s. threat to use military force against the assad government saying it is acceptable to the white house claims that it's preparing to use chemical weapons in syria.
coming from moscow twenty four hours a day. international my names you know. your company a producer for america's c.n.n. use channel has a part of me being filmed saying the networks russia coverage is more about ratings that offering solid fox investigative journalism group project for release a hidden camera video conversation we're about to show you a clip of the arties not yet been able to verify its authenticity. the morning c.n.n. constantly like russia that's for sure. this is ratings because ratings razor battle right now but honestly. it's just like.
it's mostly right now we don't have any. giant. proof this feeling you know we have a it want to keep doing. this i think president is probably right to say. look who are we trying to to the c.e.o. of c.n.n. said in our internal meeting he said good job everybody covering the climate accords. but we're down with the let's get back to russia. you know a lot of questions doesn't and we've contacted c.n.n. and the people who release the video to get their comments we will let you know as soon as we hear a bike route gusty if not explains more about what's in the video and the group behind. well we should be cautious here careful even we've you know been trying to verify what we what we can that there really is a stuff a called john boehner field a c.n.n.
producer listed on their web site visually he certainly looks like the guy in the video ratings trump all that is what this video says according to him c.n.n. has now mentioned russia sixteen thousand times just since trump was elected c.n.n. has really beat at the forefront of all these russian shenanigans they've gone to breaking news that the mere mention of russia you know one of the reports near rumors that unverified sources good enough to talk about russia they've been trying to tie trump and russia as hard as they can for a very long time now you know the results well that the people judge it is also salad cnn's relationship with the white house can you give us a question. for you or i may not get to give you a question if you speak out and you are shake doos back in our network and i just
want to ask you sir i'm changing it from fake news though doesn't that under very fake i know but aren't you. project there at us and the guy behind it james o'keefe he's made a name for himself he shoots these candid recordings usually under cover where people are much more on this than they would be in front of the camera and he said you know from out of the democratic party in the united states he's targeted them a number of times and that has landed him in trouble because one company has sued him and now faces a million dollars lawsuit after infiltrating in alleged democratic consulting for posing as someone else and secretly secretly recording them he says that that is an intimidation tactic that they're trying to intimidate him and we've again we've contacted. i'm trying to verify this story but this as i said if this is true it certainly you know would certainly huge let's see how c.n.n.
wriggles out of this one because if it doesn't then that very very fake new moniker that deserved itself is going to stick well in another development three c.n.n. journalists who worked on a no retracted russia related story of how to resign the network sais they didn't follow its standard editorial processes donald trump has reacted to not once again accusing c.n.n. of publishing fake news we got reaction to distort from several commentators. this if it is true video really does confirm what many of us have already been saying about the fact that this fake russia gate is being built up in order to try him and demonize donald trump to make it would difficult for him to build a professional working relationship with russia and most of the mainstream media is all about the bottom line it's not about holding power to account it revealed truth to the people seeking the informed citizenry it's not just about c.n.n. look what happened with the washington post as well last year they printed to
verifiably fake stories which they then had to retract but they did ask the race a miniscule in very shy way if a c.n.n. producer is actually admitting. the believes these products is rubbish i think the public interest in the and therefore the hidden cameras are justified trying to get ratings is just for a blue songs it's done in the in a responsible way but it's not just about ratings there's also political agendas people all you know people some people are very unhappy with trump's election as president let's face it there for those who are opposed to trim looking for any kind of means to to get at him i assume everybody's trying to record me probably not wrong about that it's very difficult these days to avoid that you should always assume that whenever you're talking to anyone that it's going to be recorded that that's just the way of the modern world people will rationally question if they say there's no source or they're all the source we have to keep. the war ask themselves
was a speak news well i think president trump's answer that for an awful lot of us it's fake news people suggested that when they called see that because it's a news network that that was no reasonable thing to call them but actually the turkeys have come home to roost with this story on sunday and then the resignation of all these officials that see it out see that it claims that they have a process where they claim that process was it here too in terms of vetting their journalism now what's happened is we live in an age by the way of people leaking about. major organizations but because of these leaks we've discovered actually that it's that the check in process doesn't take place. moving on to another headline story several russian companies including oil giant rosneft are reporting that their servers have been targeted in a cyber attack russia is not the only country hit ukraine's government is reporting attacks two entities in the country there are two of them or in these latest talking attacks i'm joined by miguel francis santiago miguel welcome what are we
learning up by this this stage well you know it's quite interesting just a little over a month ago we had the major ransomware called want to cry and killing over ninety nine countries the biggest of the country star you that was actually russia with several telecom giants. such as whimple com of the line and megaphone. taking taking a hit now what this ransomware does is it locks computers. it could be a hospital computer a computer in a call center of a major telecom company and gives the ransom asks for and some of you to four hundred dollars to unlock that computer and continue the working day so you can imagine how this could be quite a pesky little virus now this just a couple hours ago another attack the same. the same type of virus
around somewhere locking computers at ukraine's bristol airport in kiev and attacking rosner after one of the biggest oil giants in russia now last night for the success fully able to divert the attack by switching to reserve. computers and reserve servers and did not take a hit and it's quite interesting that in this second case again it's particularly so you know eastern europe. area being the main target you know ukraine and russia now this just happened two hours ago we don't know much else at this time but we will report more on the situation as we know more information and you know as you say the biggest russian company that was attacked there was an e.f. they were switched to reserve operating system so for now they are they are say fine ok so that's the information we know at this stage with frances santiago
updating us thank you think. russia call the united states threat to use force against the syrian government sceptical the white house earlier claim that the assad leadership is preparing a chemical weapons attack president trumps press secretary sais the u.s. will take action if that occurs. the united states has identified potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack by the saddam regime the united states is in syria to eliminate the slum extent of iraq and syria if however mr assad conducts another mass murder attack using chemical weapons he and his military will pay a heavy price our middle east correspondent paula slower gauges the international reaction to those claims. the kremlin has responded saying that it is familiar with the statement but it is not aware of its basis a criminal spokesperson said that they categorically disagree with the wording and now the attack stressing that damascus cannot be held liable for the last attack
because despite all of russia's demands an unbiased international investigation has still not been carried out moscow also says that it considers any threats to the legitimate leadership of syria unacceptable. we consider such threats to the legitimate government of the syrian arab republic on acceptable but at the same time it's important to point out that we consider unacceptable the use of chemical weapons the potential danger of repeated provocation with chemical weapons in syria still exists while the white house a statement on the threat of a new chemical attack is interesting indeed let's first look at the wording the statement says that they have detected potential preparations that would likely result in mass civilian casualties particularly innocent children are that's quite emotive language obviously used to garner support for such a statement the statement also talks about potential preparations but what exactly does this mean there are no details given other than that it is similar or
seemingly similar to what the u.s. detected before the last chemical attack back in april the statement also says any chemical attack in syria in the immediate future will be blamed on assad and his allies now there is no investigation no due process just punishment now as far as the damascus government goes they've denied the white house allegations that they may be preparing for a new chemical attack they insist again that they've never used such arms at the same time we're hearing from several state department officials who are typically involved in coordinating such announcements and they say that they were caught completely off guard by the warning which didn't appear to be discussed in advance with any other kind of national security agencies and then the united kingdom is weighing in it's a. that it will back us action against syria despite seeing no evidence of this alleged attack even being prepared i want to leave you with no doubt we think it's absolutely right if we can to prevent the use of chemical weapons and we will fully
support any u.s. action. the u.s. allegations come despite moscow's latest call for washington to avoid any provocations in syria russia's foreign minister sergey lavrov made the request in a phone conversation with his u.s. counterpart the call was initiated by washington it was the first time the diplomats have spoken since the dawning of a syrian military jet by the u.s. just over a week ago now the to discuss the need to consolidate a cease fire in syria as well as suppress attempts to use chemical weapons by any party to the conflict and as mentioned mr lavrov stressed the u.s. must not carry out hostile actions against government forces we discussed the latest with jamal wakim a professor of history and international relations at the lebanese university in beirut he believes the u.s. is looking for an excuse to attack the syrian government. so i believe this is mainly. not done by the united states to have a pretext because i believe that it's planning to. have an attack on the syrian
army at the time when this sodomy is. being made in the field. it was able to reach the good of. all upset by the united states and against all odds it was able to reach up the. city on the operators and of the same time it's heading towards a date which will be at the end of the united states to have. influence in syria and the north part of the country. there appears to be very little applause for the u.k. prime minister's solution to propping up her minority government treason me is spending an extra one billion pounds on northern ireland in order to get the provinces democratic unionist party to support her in parliament on the teacher can reports now on how it might not be the damage control the conservative party leader
is aiming for. i was writing something very very nice because. i was instead of stepping down the british prime minister had a different plan but it seemed like whichever way she turned there was potential for trouble the tories have penned a deal with the democratic unionist party of northern ireland which is opposed to hard bracks it something may has accepted as a possibility on top of that the d u p have been criticised for their policies on same sex marriage and abortion as well as previously inks with violent paramilitary groups in northern ireland not a perfect ally but the attendee u.p.a. m.p.'s have been crucial for theresa may so much so she was ready to pay their support again with a hefty price tag of one billion pounds to be spent over the next twenty years that's in addition to the previously announced five hundred million and funds to northern ireland and who is footing the bill you may ask as always the taxpayer
taxpayer has resent politicians cooking up deals behind closed doors that invariably end with their cash being thrown wherever is politically advantageous rather than where it could be best spent to recently called it a good deal and the do you be are delighted if you think the same applies to scotland and wales think again this is the worst kind of pork barrel politics which trust rather the last vestiges of credibility over this what can prime minister it is outrageous that the prime minister believes she can secure her own political future by throwing money at north an island whilst completely ignoring the rest of the u.k. despite the british government having now plastered together a solution the question is for how long will it stick after all the irony is that a mere seven tory m.p.'s switching sides would potentially be enough for a majority to slip away once they see a party landed. just speaking outside downing street the d.p. leader echoed trees amazed claim the agreement would bring stability to the entire country. qatar's top diplomat is in washington for talks as the clock ticks down on
an ultimatum set off by its neighbors in the middle east we've got more not after this short break. mexico the stock market has doubled yes because companies don't need employee cheese companies don't need wage earners the government doesn't need tax the government on this so by having the central bank print money for itself the top one percent has access to the central bank who prints money for them at zero percent interest rates and their unlimited supply of money they call the interest rate on our time.
when almost seemed wrong. when the old rules just don't hold. any new. to shape out these days comes to active. and engaged equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. we start back with another story we're closely following talks are being held in both washington and lynn as part of efforts to resolve the diplomatic crisis on the arabian peninsula guitar is currently facing a blockade following accusations from saudi arabia on a number of other are states that it is backing and financing terrorism peter all over joins me live now with more hi there peter what's the general feeling in
europe about all this well what we've seen here is the diplomatic snafu that's taking place in the arabian gulf spreading over to europe in some senses we had heard from. the german foreign minister saying that he felt that some of the demands being made from the saudi led group that includes saudi arabia the united arab emirates bahrain and egypt the been placed on guitar that they were far too harsh now he's been discussing this and other issues with the rainy and foreign minister. zarif i beg your pardon here in berlin now mr gabriele had said that some of the points that have been put forward by the saudi side were negotiable however some of them went too far now what was included in this list of demands with things like the closure of an air base. a turkish air
base that was located in kits are also the shutting down of the al jazeera news network and all of its affiliates mr gabriele saying that in the eyes of his government well this just goes too far. in the list of. some of them of course. able to negotiate some other this would. the. challenge to the national sovereignty of the day of the list is more or less group provocative this is difficult to answer. difficult to answer but also it's involving iran which is whose foreign minister mr gabriele's be meeting with throughout chews day the while it has been suggested that the whole idea of this blockade backed by saudi arabia was to try and isolate
iran in the region but also bring qatar under control bring it to heel well what it seems to have done is that it's well brought. together and it's also you see from what we've just heard from the german foreign minister there it's involved europe or european nations on the side of against these demands that have been if the gulf state wants to have the blockade lifted so many ramifications that come from this spending all their first peter in the german capital. summers festival of football is entering the knockout stages in russia covering the action both on and off the pitch at the twenty seventh confederations cup with harvey and stan collymore.
yes thanks for tuning into the confederation cup bandwagon which is bold on now to speak down alongside me stan collymore normally i really like them we get on well i'll not be with you today i'll go so far say i have got the because you might be meeting christiane no renowned out and i might not we may well be the whole team there's a dinner. of the great man in the portuguese team like one of the local journalists and said that we've been invited so you invite the back door don't worry you can carry my fax in the back of my head you don't just tell him you can't lower without hardie call me out but without. your package they have to say i want to say to him you know how confident does he feel about breaking a record in this tournament potentially got so you guys left one of the semifinal of course potentially a final two goals behind the great man pele seventy seven international goals christiane i rebelled on seventy five he's all about winning trophies and breaking individual records we do get the opportunity to be fantastic if i'm going out i'm
already walking out the remote you need a little bit of my twinkle anyway let's not go down that. final journey mexico that have some protections for me yes going off in portugal originally i went to chile to win the whole trophy but they've only won one game in their three there but a little bit underwhelming portugal on the other christan one of those played three games he's got three of the match awards and two golds in the two was said about the ultimate professional and the ultimate winner someone from portugal one chile nil and in the other game germany a very young germany they will bring back the likes of toni kroos they'll bring back mario good for the world cup back here next year for sure but a very good young german team overt a two goals laws. stingel two goals i'm going for them to break the only team in the last four to a woman they strove for mexico for two goals to nil we have got the cat we have got the bat but we are going to settle the my prediction on st germany sorry guys do not win this competition that's my prediction now it's all about getting on the
pitch and we just could not resist a chance to try it ourselves more than forty thousand fans were packed into the cars on the arena tomorrow to say european champions portugal facing the copa america when is surely would be on the swings ahead of the clash to look at the stadium facilities of a really good look around ourselves. to find fantasy football stadiums but so many more things besides this is where they once had a home swimming pool amazing to believe that in three months after that liverpool played here the rich men i mean the concerts the different schools fencing will chum's you basically this is how modern stadiums have to be need to survive you have to adapt. to coventry absolutely the media tribune commentry very aware if you want to cool its name if you thought about giving country compound you're always fancied never knew you. are going to hear.
so much in the final few seconds here the final exam the mean time coming always good she. pointed to the still standing strong tendency for me space for the other cut to the reaction of the fans to feel supposed to. be going to take it in self sanction so as to keep her in the coffee for when he's trying to move his law in trying to catch up which usually goes on to write something people will have you know that. runs in. libya. i think it was the flu. might interest. you don't see that i. see.
stand. still and you see. you see there's the sense. they're here to speak for you there to hear. welcome to another week in the swamp watchers when it comes to the divide between rural and urban america nothing could spin the mind quite so much the perspective from each side is that one doesn't know what life is like for the other and the
truth is they don't according to a washington post kaiser family foundation survey of seven hundred americans in rural areas and small towns they found that sixty seven percent of rural residents rated the job opportunities in their communities as fair or poor while urban residents were split fifty fifty between fareham excellent we're all americans see so little hope for their communities that fifty nine percent of those surveyed said that young people should move away from their home towns and cities only forty one percent think young people move away and much of that may be the fault of perceptions city folk don't understand the struggle of country folk and country folk think everyone else has a better but we're all american see the divide as cultural loss in a wisconsin native told with the washington post quote being from a whirl area everyone looks out for each other people in my experience and cities are not as compassionate.